Another major production of the 'problem play' is opening up
This version of the Greek tragedy shows the murderous royal mother in an unlikely light, says Holly Williams
Thanks to his Pythonesque musical turns on 'Horrible Histories' and 'Yonderland', Mathew Baynton appeals to all generations. So, with a big new TV drama and a film up his sleeve, is this former clown student ready to be as famous as his old friend James Corden?
Mbatha Raw and playwright Jessica Swale talk about re-examining the famed 17th century actress-cum-royal-mistress
Headlong's artistic director reveals how he has made the subject come alive in new National Theatre play 'People, Places and Things'
Illness, disability, and bereavement aren't the usual stuff of comedy but two shows this year address these issues
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Inevitably, he keeps messing it up – aside from forgetting lines, chatting up the front row, and falling over a lot, a political crisis also keeps intruding
Fine attention to detail extends to all aspects of beautifully realised production
Go with your brain engaged, ready to make meaning
Calvi - who is two Mercury-nominated albums into a critically acclaimed career - tells Holly Williams why she went into hiding ahead of a UK tour
The Broadway hit is transferring to the West End, but how will it fare?
The Edinburgh Fringe is often seen as the preserve of young, up-and-coming acts. But Holly Williams meets some of the performers who are daring to defy that trend
Long-time vegetarian Holly Williams tries to recreate some of the inventive recipes
Also includes The Solid Life of Sugar Water, Black Stuff and Tonight I’m Going to be the New Me
The Temple of Diana at Shropshire's Weston Park has wowed visitors for centuries. Holly Williams finds it still does the job